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Home > Arhiva > 2012 > Numar: 2 > The Social inclusion of the Children and Young People with Social Disabilities – Between Desideratum and Reality

 The Social inclusion of the Children and Young People with Social Disabilities – Between Desideratum and Reality

    by:
  • Camelia Stăiculescu (Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, 6 Căderea Bastiliei Street, Bucharest, Project coordinator, The Association of Support for Children with Physical Disabilities – Romania, Phone 0721.405.991, E-mail camistaiculescu@yahoo.com)
  • Monica Ungureanu (Sociologist, The Association of Support for Children with Physical Disabilities – Romania (ASCHF-R), 36, G-ral Haralambie Street, Bucharest, Phone 0745.342.653, E-mail mona.ungureanu@yahoo.com)

The social inclusion of children and young people with disabilities represents a desideratum for many countries. We can find this direction in the national and international policies, and this is the declared purpose of many public and private organisms. The present article analyzes the results of a survey conducted in families which have children/young people with disabilities in their care. The survey tried to identify to what degree and in what manner are the fundamental rights, stipulated in the current legislation, respected: the right to education, the right to social assistance, the right to accessibility, the right to a personal assistant and the right to information. Respecting these rights leads to preventing the exclusion of people with disabilities and to a better social inclusion of these people. The results of this research show us, to a certain extent, which is the social inclusion degree for children and young people with physical disabilities and how are their rights, stipulated in the current Romanian legislation, respected.

Keywords: inclusion of people with disabilities, fundamental rights